Tesla Model 3 Vs Model Y Interior Details
Tesla Model 3 Vs Model Y Interior Details
Tesla Model Y Vs. Model 3: What are the main differences? Model 3 or Model Y, which one should you buy? First, if Track mode is a must-have for you, Performance Model 3 is your only option. Tesla representatives told us that there are no plans to introduce Track mode for Model Y Performance.
So, if you want Track mode, stop reading and message Model 3 Performance. According to Elon Musk, you can order it online in 90 seconds (if you move fast). Now, for those who do not use Track mode, this author has the opportunity to experience the two models side by side and instructed both to show some differences to help you decide.
Both the Tesla Y and Model 3 models are designed to meet the mass market. Both vehicles share 75% of their share as it is optimized for fast production. But three-quarters of vehicles have significant differences, some of which are stated in the newly-released Tesla Model Y Owner Manual.
From the rear hooks to the speakers to the wheel configuration, the Model Y and Model 3 feature subtle differences that make them different from each other.
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The Tesla Model 3 received criticism when it was produced with an emergency release handle only available on the front door. Tesla solved the problem on the Model Y by adding emergency release handles on all doors. The Model Y emergency relief holder is located under the lid at the bottom of the back door pocket.
Emergency relief holders are only needed in situations where the vehicle has no power. “In rare cases where the Model Y is not powered, the power switch on the door handle is no longer working. However, the door is equipped with a mechanical release so you can still open it,” Tesla said in the Model Y Owner’s Manual.
No surprise, but the luggage space for the Model Y is much larger than the Model 3. Taking into account the Model Y hatchback design which is higher than the traditional Model 3 trunk and the cargo space difference becomes clear. Model Y offers a large cargo volume of 68 cubic feet compared to 15 cubic feet for Model 3.
The rear seats of Model 3 and Model Y are also very different from the 60/40 folding electric sedan. Model Y, on the other hand, has three seats, all of which can be folded one by one. The Model 3 rear seats also fold down through the rear only, while the Model Y provides two ways to fold the second-row seats and includes a central driveway when the center seat is folded down.
The Model Y has two switches on the left side of the luggage that give the owner easy access to the second-row seats directly from the luggage. Activating the switch will fold each rear seat accordingly.
The Model Y seat appears to have the same design as the Model 3, however, it is mounted on the stairs for better foot space and overall comfort than the Model 3. The rear seat leg on the Model Y is raised from Model 3 by about 15%, though seems to be partly borrowed from the 2% reduction in front foot space when compared to Model 3. The headspace between Model Y and Model 3 is relatively the same and differs only 1-2%.
- Rear: Model Y – 40.5 in (1,029) vs Model 3 – 35.2 in (894 mm)
- Front: Model Y – 41.8 in (1,063 mm) vs Model 3 – 42.7 in. (1,085 mm)
The most notable difference between Model Y and Model 3 in terms of improved core design is the wiring and heat management system. Tesla added a heat pump to the Model Y, which could help the electric crossover maximize its reach during the winter. Also and as TeslaRaj shows in its video, the diagram for the Model Y seems to show one line of cable compared to Model 3 which has two.
Teslarati will explain these two things in detail in a future story.
The Tesla Model Y wheels are 9.5 inches wide, which is slightly larger than the 8.5-inch Model 3 wheels. It should be noted that the Model Y Performance is equipped with a staged wheel arrangement, with front wheels measuring 9.5 inches and 10.5 inches wide.
Both the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y are equipped with a range of premium speakers that provide a great listening experience to its owners. They differ in the way the Model 3 rear speakers are placed on the shelf behind the rear seats, while the Model Y has the rear speakers on the luggage compartment.
Both the Tesla Model 3 and the Model Y are equipped with hangers, although this electric sedan is located on a moving bar between the B poles.
The Tesla Model Y is equipped with a wireless charging pad, as well as USB-A and USB-C slots. Instead, the Model 3 comes with cable charging options and a dual USB-A slot. Owners will probably appreciate the Model Y wireless charging feature, as most mobile and mid-range devices today are equipped with standard wireless charging. Check out the Tesla Model Y wireless phone charger.
The USB ports of Model 3 and Model Y in the second row are also different. The Model 3 comes with two USB-A ports, while the Model Y comes with two USB-C ports. Given that the two vehicles share 75% of its share, it is no wonder Tesla is finally equipping the Model 3 with a USB-C port in the future.
Tesla notes in the Model Y Owner’s Manual that the rear USB port is for charging the device and does not communicate with vehicles such as the front USB port which can be used for recording via TeslaCam.
The Model Y is equipped with a powerlifting door, which gives owners an automatic and easy way to open and close the rear door of the vehicle via the center touch screen or Tesla mobile app. This feature is not available on the Model 3, which is one of the reasons why aftermarket power truck modes are becoming so popular in the Tesla community.